She speaks out after instigating largest false-claims settlement in Arizona history.
Defendant was part of larger anti-government movement that denies federal authority.
City officials won't talk about the probe, which began in April.
Sting operation finds franchisee lied, did unnecessary repairs.
Arizona AG indicts 10 for AHCCCS, SSI fraud
Judge says sentence is partially aggravated based on sophisticated and prolonged scheme.
Two credit union employees accused of stealing from customer accounts.
Woman who defrauded elderly man of millions said admits allegations.
Tucson firefighters rescue man in trench
Tucson-based UNS Energy Corp., parent of Tucson Electric Power Co., was the target of a failed hoax in which someone filed fraudulent bankruptcy papers on the company’s behalf.
A former Arizona Air National Guard commander has agreed to deal allowing him to avoid prosecution on charges he masterminded a scheme to falsify records to receive added pay.
The Oro Valley Police Department is asking for help locating two people suspected of being involved in a credit card scam.
The owner of a solar-panel installation company has been accused of scamming customers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a multi-count indictment filed in Pima County Superior Court.
Pima County sheriff's deputies are searching for a woman suspected of using stolen credit cards to purchase about $3,000 in goods from retailers.
PHOENIX — Calling machine-counted voting ripe for fraud, an attorney for the Libertarian Party asked the state Court of Appeals today to let trial judges impose new oversight procedures.
A federal judge on Monday sentenced former U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi to three years in prison for convictions on public corruption, money laundering and other charges.
U.S. District Judge David C. Bury also sentenced Renzi co-defendant James Sandlin to 18 months in prison, and ordered both men t…
Three of 21 Arizona Air National Guard members accused of fraudulently drawing reimbursement expenses were in Pima County Superior Court on Friday for their initial court appearances.
A Tucson man convicted of running a real estate investment scam was sentenced to five years in prison.
A Tucson real estate developer and a real estate agent were sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a mortgage fraud scheme.
It's called "upselling" - steering home mortgage applicants into higher-cost terms that increase the lender's profits - and it was rampant during the housing boom years.